Published On: Sun, Jun 21st,

‘Kung Fu Panda 3’ Trailer, Cast Jack Black & Bryan Cranston Gets Reunite in Animated Project

The world’s most-liked animated franchise Kung Fu Panda’s sequel expected to come with lots of fun and adventure as its trailer shows which surfaced on social media’s video sharing websites.

The latest international accounts, Bryan Cranston to reunite with Jack Black for third forthcoming version of franchise of ‘Kung Fu Panda 2.’

Hollywood director Jennifer Yuh Nelson’s upcoming 3D American-Chinese computer-animated action comedy martial arts ‘Kung Fu Panda 3’, demonstrates Jack Black by voicing on character and happens to be panda (Po).

Appears to meet his long-time missed biological father, Li that voiced by Hollywood’s veteran filmmaker and actor Bryan Cranston, though their reuniting looks weird but both comes out as similar as smart and pretends that both has been looking for each other for a long time.

The trailer of the venture showed that Po appearing eating something at his adoptive father Mr. Ping’s restaurant, where Li (real father of Po) comes out as well introducing himself with Po as he was looking for him for long time.

The innocent, fool Po who has wide-eyed asked Li, “You lost your son?,” to which the older panda answered him, “Yes, many years ago.”

In this situation, Po also expressed his inner sorrow as he also looking for his family, but after this short conversation both—both said each other good-bye. That space between their resemblance, will make definitely excited.

Nevertheless, the bumbling panda with the big heart was never smart in the series, though, he finally rejoins with his father and other the panda family members.

However, the trailer demonstrates the story of reunion of (Po) Black and (Li) Cranston and their other family members will rock on the big screens with their lots of funny acts as Po vowed to teach them martial arts.

Mr. Cranston joins older cast in which Angelina Jolie as Tigress, Jackie Chan as Monkey, Lucy Liu as Viper, Seth Rogen as Mantis, David Cross as Crane, and Dustin Hoffman as Master Shifu are added.